After more than 20-years on West Gordon Avenue, an Albany businessman is moving his photography studio and modeling agency downtown to this building on North Jackson Street.
Yaz Johnson says he's adding five jobs and wants to help with downtown development.
“I believe and I know that it will be a great asset to the community. The downtown area needs to be brought back alive and I see that it is coming back alive,” said Yaz Johnson.
Johnson said he also plans to host entertainment events.
He plans to open in the next two weeks.
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